Infrastructure News

PBXs goes open source route

Private branch exchanges (PBXs) with open source telephony software cost less than voice products from major manufacturers, and allow integrators to customize telecom installations, according to vendors who sell the technology.

Linux on the desktop

Has Linux finally reached the point where it can start making serious inroads in corporations?

Intel unleashes vPRO platform

Intel will offer the first samples of vPro, a platform for business PC customers, before the end of this quarter, building more management tools, virtualization and energy efficiency features into its desktop processors and chipsets.

Cisco and Microsoft form united SMB front

Cisco and Microsoft are extending their strategic alliance into the SMB space by integrating customer relationship management solutions that Cisco says will not only create incremental brand awareness in the market but provide leads and wins for the channel.

EMC builds Smarts

Managing data and securing information are major elements in the product announcements made at the EMC Technology Summit

EMC on the prowl

The company’s insatiable appetite for acquisitions will continue, according to chairman and CEO Joe Tucci. The focus of the buying will be to strengthen its information lifecycle management offerings

BRIC printers

The manufactuer brings out a $149 LaserJet, more colour and all-in-one units aimed at small business

New Mini PC debuts

AOpen has released more powerful versions of its dimunitive Mini PC, hoping rising energy costs will encourage companies to replace power-sucking desktop computers and rack servers with the device.

A higher calling

Christian Growth Solutions banks on IP telephony for faith outreach

Microsoft opens to Linux

Microsoft’s decision to support two versions of Linux in its virtualization software is a ringing endorsement of open source in the enterprise, say open source advocates.


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